May 13, 2008
According to The Springfield Journal and Register, a Michigan truck driver has been cited for negligent driving for a Chicago truck accident that killed two people and left twenty-one people injured.
The Chicago truck accident occurred when the driver drove his semi-trailer into a Chicago Transit Authority elevated train station. The truck driver was briefly hospitalized following the Illinois auto accident.
The two women were killed, and most of the twenty-one injured were in the bus shelter underneath the train when the Chicago truck accident happened.
Police are still examining footage captured by a CTA surveillance camera to determine what events led to the Chicago truck accident.
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